@numericcitizen It is already possible, but you'll have to use the custom option. In fact, @heyloura already put together a version that adds the date/tags and cleans up the output a bit. You can see my adaptation as well (for now mine has in-line styles as I play with it, but that'll be removed). (cc @sod)
@Mtt @ would you write a post on occasion explaining how you made that beautiful ☆ bookmarks page? And what you like to change (keywords: design, tags) to make it even better?
@ovr Here ya go:
That gets you the exact look of mine. You can also use the default look from the plugin or style it yourself. In the directions above, the
css is all inline, but you can strip that out and add it to your custom css if you'd like.